Seymour Review

Located at the junction of the Hume and Goulburn Valley Highways, Seymour is on the banks of the Goulburn River nestled in a picturesque valley at the base of the Tallarook Ranges.

The Goulburn River, edged with majestic gums, and its parks with native animals such as platypus and koalas, provides the backdrop for Seymour.

Surrounding Seymour are the Scenic Heritage Listed Trawool Valley, the spectacular Nagambie Lakes, the stunningly rugged Strathbogie Ranges and the State Forests of the Tallarook Ranges.

This sets the scene for a wide variety of activities and attractions including wineries, rail & military memorabilia, art & antiques, boutique cafes & shops, historical buildings & scenic heritage parks. Nature and adventure enthusiasts can enjoy bushwalking, fishing, boating, camping and much more.

`Route 64′, The Winery Trail begins at Seymour.  It takes you on a scenic journey past historic sites and famous Thoroughbred Studs to the fine wineries of the Seymour & Nagambie Lakes Wine Region.

Seymour is a substantial country town with a population of 7,000, centrally located in the state of Victoria.  At an elevation of 141 metres, it is 97km north of Victoria’s capital city, Melbourne, at the junction of the Hume and Goulburn Valley Highways.

It is just a leisurely one hour drive along the Hume Highway from Melbourne or Tullarmarine Airport.

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